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Okay, it might get a little weird, but that's the point.
Inside the real Loudness War.
Google's accidental robo-selfies are a chance to glimpse the transitionary moment before our entire sensory experience is digitized.
With its penchant for seesawing values and off-putting headlines, Bitcoin has drawn mixed reactions from local governments so far.
David Segal, Aaron Swartz's friend and co-founder of Demand Progress, explains the single act he thinks can help others avoid the late activist's fate: Nullify juries.
Forcing regulations on bitcoin could divide the digital currency into two camps: coins that are regulated and managed by a government or central agency, and coins that remain off the books in the crypto Wild West.
Please Rift responsibly.
Some futurists think that in just decades, humans will sprint faster than horses, people will shoot guns with near-perfect accuracy using bionic eyes, and athletes will swim entire races without taking a breath.
Read one of the best of the 700,000 comments submitted to the FCC in advance of its hotly contested net neutrality ruling.
One shisha equals about 10 to 40 cigarettes, scientists claim.